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Thursday, Oct 27, 2016
Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Title III Strengthening Institutions Program, Mabee Library and The Kresge Center have been renovated and repurposed. View the photo gallery....
Friday, Oct 21, 2016
The most comprehensive capital campaign at MidAmerica Nazarene University was unveiled Friday night at the university’s 50th Anniversary Grand Celebration Dinner. Bright Futures: the campaign for MNU is a three-priority, multi-year campaign for $61 million. Over the next five years, funds raised in the campaign will be designated for three priorities at MNU:...
Friday, Oct 7, 2016
Britney Lewis (’16) is a first-generation college graduate. The corporate communications major from Kansas City, Kansas made MNU her college choice when she visited MNU as a sophomore in high school. Very involved, Britney was a resident assistant in the dorms, and worked part-time in admissions, marketing and university advancement. She also completed a public relations internship and worked summers at Youthfront LaCygne, a retreat and spiritual pilgrimage center....
Tuesday, Oct 4, 2016
Lenzie (’16) and McKenzie (’16) Vulgamore grew up in a small town in southeastern Kansas. With their family close by, their grandparents had an impact on their career choices.  Their grandmother, a nurse, taught them about compassion, hope and prayer.  And while they were young, they watched their grandfather die of cancer. During their senior year of high school, a representative from MNU shared her story at a church camp they both attended.  They left camp knowing that MNU was where they belonged....
Monday, Oct 3, 2016
The annual student-led Passion to Serve project for 2016-2017 at MNU has been announced. Continuing MNU’s long-term partnership with Heart to Heart International and the communities of Southeast Haiti, MNU is once again adopting the “LQVE Haiti” fundraising and service project. This year’s project has three objectives....
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